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: Open University

6.5 Pure Maths: Linear Equations
6.30 Home: Castle or Cage?: 2
6.55 Molluscan Evolution
7.20 Cogs in the Wheel?
7.45 Counting Atoms

: Through the Looking-Glass

Faced with a mirror image of the world, could you tell it wasn't real? Nuclear physics faces this dilemma.
Producer ANDREW MILLINGTON
A BBC/Open University production

: News Summary

with subtitles, followed by Weather

: Cartoon Two

The Sweater
The agony of a young boy forced to wear the 'wrong' team's hockey sweater.
Produced by the NFB of Canada

: King of Kings

continues a season of religious films tonight starring
Nicholas Ray 's filmed portrayal of the birth, life and death of Jesus Christ concentrates on three main elements of the New Testament story: the life of Christ himself, the tensions between Herod's court and the Roman administration culminating in the execution of John the Baptist at Salome's behest, and finally the story of Barabbas, told in counterpoint to that of Jesus.
Screenplay by philip YORDAN
Produced by SAMUEL BRONSTON
Directed by NICHOLAS RAY. Films: page 14

Contributors

Unknown: Nicholas Ray
Play By: Philip Yordan
Produced By: Samuel Bronston
Directed By: Nicholas Ray.
Jesus Christ: Jeffrey Hunter
Mary: Siobhan McKenna
Pontius Pilate: Hurd Hatfield
Herodias: Rita Gam
Barabbas: Harry Guardino
Judas: Rip Torn
John the Baptist: Robert Ryan
Herod Antipas: Frank Thring
Lucius: Ron Randell
Claudia: Viveca Lindfors
Salome: Brigid Bazlen
Mary Magdalene: Carmen Sevilla
Caiaphas: Guy Rolfe
Nicodemus: Maurice Marsac
Herod: Gregoire Aslan
Peter: Royal Dano
Balthazar: Edric Connor
Camel driver: George Coulouris

: Food and Drink

Presented by Henry Kelly and Susan Grossman
Armagnac-one of the two great brandies, but little recognised in Britain Drinks correspondent Jill ! Goolden reports from south-west
France on how armagnac is attempt- ing to shed its rustic image-just one of the stories in this weekly round-up j of the topical, the exotic and the best value in the world of food and drink.
Director BELINDA GILES
Producer PETER BAZALGETTE

Contributors

Presented By: Henry Kelly
Presented By: Susan Grossman
Director: Belinda Giles
Producer: Peter Bazalgette

: Mike Harding in Belfast

Mike Harding serves up a second helping of his recipe for laughter with daft ditties, silly stories and amusing anecdotes, at the Grand Opera House, Belfast.
Director JOHN ROONEY Producer ROD TAYLOR BBC Manchester

Contributors

Unknown: Mike Harding
Director: John Rooney

: Forty Minutes: Travelling Hopefully

Forty minutes of documentary. A series of films portraying issues, institutions and individuals.
You've a sporting chance of making a passable documentary if your subject is ready and willing to co-operate with the cameras. But if he isn't, what can the programme maker do? When producer David Jones and journalist fellow-traveller Kevin Page set out on their voyage of exploration, they had high hopes of tracking down their quarry. But in deciding to penetrate the world of the industrial and political lobbyist they have taken on an elusive and cunning animal. The lobbyist thrives on anonymity - his low profile is a sure means of defence as he goes about his work of influencing politicians and top civil servants. Show him a camera and he goes to earth. After 40 minutes of travelling hopefully neither Jones nor Page can be sure whether they have arrived - or whether they have simply shown that it takes two to tango.

Contributors

Reporter: Kevin Page
Photography: Philip Bonham-Carter
Film Editor: Roland Tongue
Executive Producer: Roger Mills
Producer: David Jones

: Rowan and Martin's Laugh-in

From the heart of beautiful downtown Burbank,
Dan Rowan and Dick Martin sock it to the 60s. With guest star
David Jones , and, of course, the Laugh-In regulars: Goldie Hawn, Judy Carne
Arte Johnson , Joanne Worley Ruth Buzzi , Henry Gibson Dave Madden , Alan Sues Gary Owens
Executive producer GEORGE SCHLATTER

Contributors

Unknown: Dan Rowan
Unknown: Dick Martin
Unknown: David Jones
Unknown: Judy Carne
Unknown: Arte Johnson
Unknown: Joanne Worley
Unknown: Ruth Buzzi
Unknown: Henry Gibson
Unknown: Dave Madden
Unknown: Alan Sues
Unknown: Gary Owens
Producer: George Schlatter

: Newsnight

John Tusa , Peter Snow and Donald MacCormick , with MAUREEN CARTER and BRIDGET KENDALL , present the reports and interviews that matter.

Contributors

Unknown: John Tusa
Unknown: Peter Snow
Unknown: Donald MacCormick
Unknown: Maureen Carter
Unknown: Bridget Kendall

: A Voyage Between Two Seas

By barge and boat across England Pete Morgan makes a leisurely journey from the Irish Sea to the North Sea, observing life along the way.
Along the Ouse and Humber to the Sea On his last lap Pete sets sail aboard the Humber keel Comrade to travel along this ancient tidal highway to the port of Hull. He completes his journey to the North Sea past Spurn Head in one of the craft designed for those stormy waters, a Humber pilot cutter.
Film editor MARTIN HARRIS Producer DOUGLAS B. SMITH BBC North

Contributors

Editor: Martin Harris
Producer: Douglas B. Smith

: Open University

11.55 Computing at the Royal Bank of Scotland
Why are some computer files updated overnight? A bank's computer system illustrates how this technique copes with high data volumes.
12.20 Keynes and the War Economy
The programme looks at the changes in economic policy the Second World War brought about through the influence of Keynes's General Theory of Employment. Interest and Money.
12.45 Instrumentation: Pressure Transducers
A pressure transducer converts pressure into electricity so that remote or dangerous locations may be instrumented and monitored from a safe distance. In this programme two types of pressure transducer are examined.








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